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lorimer

[ lawr-uh-mer ]
/ ˈlɔr ə mər /
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noun
a craftsperson who makes hardware for harnesses and riding habits, as bits or spurs.
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Also lor·i·ner [lawr-uh-ner]. /ˈlɔr ə nər/.

Origin of lorimer

1175–1225; Middle English <Anglo-French; Old French lor(e)mier, lorenier, derivative of lorain harness strap <Vulgar Latin *lōrāmen, for Latin lōrāmentum strap, equivalent to lōr(um) strap, thong + -ā- generalized from v. derivatives + -mentum-ment; see -er2, -ier2

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British Dictionary definitions for lorimer

lorimer

loriner (ˈlɒrɪnə)

/ (ˈlɒrɪmə) /

noun
British (formerly) a person who made bits, spurs, and other small metal objects

Word Origin for lorimer

C15: from Old French, from lorain harness strap, ultimately from Latin lōrum strap
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